Wednesday, February 24, 2016

Camels in Ethiopia

On one of our trips, it seemed to be the season for baby camels to be born.
Babies were everywhere, even very close to the car and crossing the road.
We live in Addis Ababa and have a branch close by in Megenagna but we also visit the missionaries and the branches of the church in Bekulobet, Debre Zeit, and Hawassa. We always love to see camels as we drive.  Here are photos of some we have seen lately as we have traveled.

About 100 camels crossed in front of us on the road to Hawassa. You can see one of the herders keeping them going after they crossed with his stick and his yellow jug for water. There are huts in the background and a termite hill in front.
There were about 100 camels walking through the fields between Addis Ababa and Debre Zeit from the expressway to
the hills.

This one lives on a hotel compound in Hawassa.
He couldn't stop chewing his toenails.
Can you see the camels peeking over?

Camels Eating Cactus
The Grass is always Greener on the Other Side
There is a little baby lying down in center.

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